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Thread: Bells Canyon Waterfall from parking lot at base of Little Cottonwood Canyon

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    Bells Canyon Waterfall from parking lot at base of Little Cottonwood Canyon

    In honor of the beautiful snow that is falling outside, I give you Bell Canyon Waterfall. I had to hike this twice last year trying to figure out 360 images and camera. Beautiful hike in the winter as long as you take wear spikes on your feet, and take poles. I just followed the trail on All Trails to the Lower Bell Canyon Waterfall. If you want to walk around this waterfall right now, just click on one of my links below. HAPPY HIKING.
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    I got to catch Bells Canyon Waterfall this week and the waterfalls are HUGE! It was fabulous. I have never seen them this big before.


    Being just at the base of Little Cottonwood Canyon it is easy to get to. It is about 5 miles round trip, but the waterfall at the top is so worth it. Of course this is a favorite waterfall, so try and dodge the crowds by going off the normal times. Also take hiking sticks, for the 4 point system will help you get to the base of the falls to really get to see and enjoy the waterfall. You will get wet from the mist, and your shoes will get muddy so go prepared to not care about those things.

    Check it out in 360 Degrees on my blog. Happy Hiking! Hiking Heals...Get your Nature Fix Today

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    https://www.shaunasadventures.com/20...ll-spring.html
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    I was lucky to be in Moab the last week of May and some big thunderstorms hit. This is Moonshine Canyon, which is normally dry. Waterfalls everywhere off and on for three days.

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    What a cool think to be able to see! Love it! Thanks for sharing. I would love to see more pictures.
    Happy Hiking
    ShaunasAdventures
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    No problem...

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    Here's another good one...

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